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Joseph JustmanInvasion USA

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The Commies are coming! The Commies are coming! A paranoid red-scare delusion in which America in invaded and defeated by an unnamed country (but we know it's really Russia). Stars Gerald Mohr and Peggie Castle. Produced during a time when the House Un-American Activities Committee and Joe McCarthy were looking for Reds under every coffee table.

TRIVIA: Noel Neill and Phyllis Coates (both of whom played Lois Lane on TV's Superman) are in this film.

Directed by Alfred E Green
Released in 1952
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This movie is part of the collection: Picfixer Feature Film Collection

Producer: Joseph Justman
Production Company: American Pictures
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W
Keywords: red scare; propaganda; foreign invasion; Gerald Mohr; Peggie Castle

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0


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Average Rating: 1.00 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: loninappleton - 1.00 out of 5 stars - February 12, 2014
Subject: an object lesson in....
More than anything else, this film illustrates how stock footage can be used in the service of the storyline.

The story line is wooden and thin and, laugh at it as we may now, it's just blatant Birch-style propaganda.

I'm a Gerald Mohr fan from his radio days and so I watched the whole thing. Others may not have as much stamina for stock footage.

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